[drupal-devel] Unit tests in Drupal.

Kieran Lal kieran at civicspacelabs.org
Sat May 21 14:56:27 UTC 2005

On May 21, 2005, at 6:45 AM, Gerhard Killesreiter wrote:

> On Drupal.org there is a small hint about using wget for this.

This is from my upgrade tutorial.  http://dev.bryght.com/t/wiki/ 
I added info about crawling with three types of account, setting  
images if that module is enabled.  I also advised to check web server  
logs not only watchdog logs.


2.5 Run a link check on the site.

We now want to crawl your site, to get a list of dead links. This is  
a simple command that will help you identify broken parts of your  
site. You will see errors in you Administrator logs as well as your  
web server error logs. Perform these next commands through the  
administrator menu on your site.

Enable image admin module Set permissions so images can be written  
for userid running link check. Enable the menu module, and then  
disable the logout menu.

Run wget with the following options.

The cookie this command is referring to is the cookie downloaded from  
your browser when you last logged into your CivicSpace site as an admin.

NOTE: You can see the full and original wget instructions here:  

wget -r --delete-after --cookies=off --header='Cookie: PHPSESSID=xxx'  
-r to recursively crawl the site. --delete-after, --cookies=off tells  
the crawler not to use a cookie. --header=’Cookie: PHPSESSID=XXXX’  
tells the site that session information will be passed in the http  
header. This should be repeated 2 more times; once for a regular  
userid, and once for an anonymous userid. After the link check is  
done check your admin logs and your webserver error logs.

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